Apparent High-speed Chase Crosses County Lines

By: News Staff Email
By: News Staff Email

June 28, 2014

Police activity that included an apparent high-speed chase had many people in Fluvanna and Albemarle counties concerned on Saturday afternoon.

The incidents came to an end at Boyd's Tavern Market on Richmond Road. Witnesses say deputies arrested someone on or near the property on outstanding warrants.

The scene involved a number of officers from Fluvanna County in addition to rescue squads.

There were early reports of a gunshot victim, but officers say there were no injuries. They're looking into a 911 call that may have been a prank.

Many witnesses were concerned over the commotion.

"I saw police going by. I saw troopers going by, then I saw fire trucks, rescue squads, more police at a high speed when I left the store to go home," witness Brandy Mullins said. "I just live farther down Route 250. I saw them all at the Boyd's Tavern Market."

Albemarle County Police assisted in the incident. No injuries have been reported.

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